How to find me!

My private practice office is located right on the traffic circle in downtown Pittsboro. See location photos below. I am upstairs in the Blair Building. It is brick and you will see storefronts on the ground level, including a music store and toy store, with offices to the right. By the door marked 21, there is a multi-provider sign with my name on it. Come through the door, up the stairs (no elevator is available) and my office is at the top of the stairs to the right, Suite 2. There are waiting areas to the left and right of the stairs.


Please note: If the sign on my door says "In Session," please take a seat and I will be with you soon. If it says "Welcome," please knock to enter.


Link to large Google Map


You may park for free in the small triangular lot directly in front of the building, or in the large asphalt lot on West Street, across from Pittsboro Roadhouse (except in the marked, reserved spaces), directly behind the Blair Building.

How to contact me

For initial intake, call CPMH at 919.929.9610


Current clients or prospective clients who would like to chat briefly to see if we seem like a good fit can reach me directly at 919.923.7414


I do not text or email clients for privacy and liability reasons. My confidential fax is: 888.868.4875. If you need to send me something via US Mail, please use: PO Box 161, Pittsboro, NC 27312. This box is checked weekly; if you are sending me something time-sensitive, please let me know. Urgent therapy issues or scheduling needs should be communicated by phone.


For insurance billing questions, call CPMH customer service: 919.792.3938


Insurance will be verified at intake; see clinic policies for detailed info. Contact 919.929.9610 with questions.

As of August 2017, I am paneled as an in-network provider with the following:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Aetna
  • Magellan
  • Magellan EAP
  • Cigna PPO
  • Medcost
  • Tricare-S
  • United Behavioral Health

If you are considering using insurance for treatment, please review the following:

Counseling and Insurance: Understanding how it works!

New Patient Forms

Please plan to arrive to your first session 15-20 minutes early to give you time to review, complete and sign new patient forms. They can be downloaded below in advance and brought to your first visit, as well, along with your insurance card, if you intend to use insurance to pay for treatment.


To be completed and submitted at first visit:

All new clients:

Welcome and Disclosures

Office practices, information about therapy, policies, fees, informed consent.


Professional Disclosure Statement

Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC's) are required by the North Carolina board that licenses them to provide each client with specific details about education, licensure and experience.


CPMH New Client Registration Forms

Name, address, insurance information, etc.

(If you are already an active CPMH client and/or were referred by your CPMH provider, you do not have to complete these)


For families or couples: 

Family therapy - No secrets policy

For people seeking support for relationship or family challenges, when at least two members of the group will typically join our sessions.


For minor clients: 

Minor Consent

Only required for treatment in therapy of a minor (under 18 years of age).




To review by first visit:


CPMH Policies and Procedures

Detailed policies of Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC. You can print them for your records or review them here online.


Notice of HIPAA Privacy Practices

 LPC's are subject to the privacy laws of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and must confirm that clients have had the chance to review these practices. You can print them for your records or review them here online.


Counseling and Insurance - How it Works!

Useful info about using your insurance for therapy.



Not required at first visit, but may be useful at some point in treatment:


Release of Information

Will allow gathering of information and records from previous providers or if you are transferring to a non-CPMH provider.